yeah kailangan naka wifi ka paramagamit mo un
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yeah kailangan naka wifi ka paramagamit mo un
oo pero libre kaya ok na.. haha
Upgraded my iPhone 3G with iOS 4.0 and it's bordering unusable. Now I can't have iPod running in the background while playing We Rule without crashing it every 10 minutes. I used to be able to do both with a podcast downloading in the background.
Joe Crowther - 8th June, 2010
iPhone 4 - What's new for Apple's latest gadget?
Steve Jobs announced the iPhone 4 to the world at the WWDC 2010 on Monday. We round up the physical, technical and operating system changes in Apple's latest release.
Dimensions and weight
The new iPhone doesn't manage to shed any weight, at 137 grammes though it will be the 'thinnest smartphone ever' according to Jobs, with the iPhone 4's dimensions coming in at 4.5 x 2.31 inches, and 0.37 inches thick.
Doing away with the old plastic back of previous models, the iPhone 4 will feature glass on both sides, surrounded by an aluminium rim. The rim, which features aluminium buttons for volume control and all the ports, will also form part of the phone's antennae system.
Sharing the Apple A4 processor with the iPad, the latest chip should see super-speedy load times and data processing.
Due to the re-jigged internals in the iPhone 4 the battery is claimed to be 16% larger than the current iPhone. Jobs claims that users will experience up to 7 hours talk time on 3G, 6 hours of 3G internet use and a claimed standby time of up to 300 hours, meaning users may be able to skip a nightly charging session once in a while.
This is the big one, the new 'Retina display' that Apple claims will put the iPhone 4 above contenders using AMOLED screens. The 960 X 640 display packs 326 pixels per inch and boasts a wide viewing angle, to improve the browsing and video playback experience.
After years of begging from budding iPhone photographers, Apple has finally conceded and included a flash on the main camera. As for the lens, rather than upping the megapixel count, Apple has focused on making low-light photographs look better, meaning users should be able to snap away at any time of day and achieve great results.
There is also a second front-mounted camera that will enable users to make video calls over Wi-Fi, using Apple's patented 'FaceTime' software.
As well as the standard accelerometer and GPS functions of the current iPhone, the latest model will feature a gyroscope, opening up the possibilities for a whole new series of apps - including the rather funk Jenga-like demo Jobs showed off at WWDC.
Just like the 3G iPad, the iPhone 4 will only take the latest incarnation of SIM cards.
The iPhone 4 will feature a secondary top-mounted microphone for noise cancellation purposes.
The new rear-mounted camera will be able to shoot videos in 720p. Expect YouTube to be flooded with a series of high-definition clips of pet cats in the wake of the iPhone 4 launch.
While it's not exclusive to the iPhone 4, the newly-named iOS 4 will have exclusive features for Apple's latest gadget. Along with multitasking, folders, iAds and iBooks (all revealed earlier this year), the iPhone 4 will feature:
FaceTime - Apple's name for their patented video-chat facility. Apparently without any set up, users will be able to chat using either camera on their shiny new iPhone 4's.
iMovie - After shooting in 720p, users will be able to edit and polish their efforts in iMovie before unleashing them on the world.
Can't this be done on other smartphones?FaceTime - Apple's name for their patented video-chat facility. Apparently without any set up, users will be able to chat using either camera on their shiny new iPhone 4's.
diba merong front facing camera nokia phones before? pwede ang video calls, 2000 something pa yata yun. ngayon lang yata na-discover ng apple
^^ yes but you have to pay extra ata... pero sa 4g libre.. ngekk!
did you know that the EVO's front facing cam is mirrored?
as in baligtad sya !
samsung galaxy s hindi...
Napaka late naman ng Apple sa Technology!
"Kung ang Nokia, Samsung, Blackberry, Android phones ay 3D LCD TV na ang Apple: Flat Screen TV pa lang!"
Well, I can sort of see Apple's point.
Despite the fact that 3G has been around for the longest time now, video calling has not become common. And that is because (among other things), 3G bandwidth has not been as fast, or capable of handling large loads as expected.
I mean, when was the last time anyone had a videocall using 3G? I only tried it once a couple of years ago, and the connection wasn't great at all. Haven't tried it ever since.
On the other hand, video calls over wifi or any other high speed internet access has been more successful, especially with Skype. Hence I can sort of understand the video call over wifi feature they are now offering with the iPhone 4.
^^ I second that!
Kaya nga, since Apple did it, everybody will "video-call" now.
where did you get your i0s4?